Celebrating close to 20 years in India, Analog Devices has a well-established sales and distribution network across India serving and supporting design teams of Multi-National companies (MNCs), Indian Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)s and Independent Design Houses across several segments including Industrial, Healthcare, Defense, Automotive and Consumer. An expert team of application engineers, well versed in system design and the value proposition of Analog Devices products and solutions, engage and support a growing customer base in India.
Analog Devices India Product Development Center (IPDC), Bangalore is involved in some of the most challenging designs today, including complex Application Specific Standard Products (ASSPs), high performance DSPs, Analog/Mixed Signal ICs, and embedded software that powers these semiconductor chips. The team at IPDC has developed Multi-generation of industry leading SHARC® processors and Blackfin® products, Signal processing ASICs for Inertial MEMS, advanced analog and mixed signal products. Engineers at IPDC are involved in all stages of product development from "Concept to Silicon to Production and Supporting Customers Worldwide".
High-Temperature Electronics Pose Design and Reliability Challenges
The article discusses the need for electronics that can operate reliably in harsh environments, including extremely high temperatures.
Analog Devices’ 2-Wire Loop-Powered Transmitter Solution
Modern field instruments, otherwise known as smart transmitters, are intelligent microprocessor-based field instruments that monitor process control variables (e.g., temperature, mass flow rate, and pressure).
Circuits from the Lab™ Reference Circuits
Analog Devices has developed hundreds of reference circuits. This book is a valuable reference to design engineers, students and teaching faculty in their individual design projects.
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SAR ADC & Driver Quick-match Guide
ADC driver amplifiers perform many important functions, including buffering, amplitude scaling, single-ended-to-differential and differential-to-single-ended conversion, common-mode offset adjustment, and filtering.
|What's new in SPICE?
Not many EDA tools get a chance to celebrate their 40th anniversary.SPICE circuit simulator,first released for the public in 1972,is one among the lucky ones that remains widely used even today.